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Parasitism and symbiosis
General Physiology pp 628-692 | Cite as
If the previous chapter deals with the development of the individual in terms of growth and function, the discussion of parasitism and symbiosis leads us to consider the relationships between the individual living being and its environment. It is a well-known fact that the structure and function of the individual biont depends not only on the self-determination powers inherent in him, but also largely on the influence of his environment, the “Müieu”. Only if its efficiency meets the demands made by the environment, if it is "adapted" to its mowing, can it hold its own in the long run. - The impact of the environment is on the one hand of a general nature: chemical and physical properties of the soil, Khma, temperature and salinity of the water in marine animals have a characteristic shaping effect on living beings. At least as important, however, are the relationships with the living Ghedern des Müieu. Every living being is shaped into a "biocenosis", i. H. it is connected to the other bionts, who share the same habitat, by a set of extremely varied and intricate relationships. For both plants and animals, food acquisition and reproduction are largely dependent on the support, opposition and competition of the surrounding bionts. Parasitism and symbiosis can now perhaps best and most generally be defined as the specialized adaptation of individual animals or plants to one or a few living members of their biocoenosis, by exploiting them to their own
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